The Cold War and Post-Cold War Worlds: Continuities in Grand Strategy

I had the good fortune recently to participate in a conference at Duke University sponsored by the Triangle Institute for Strategic Studies. Each of the five sessions featured a paper on the reassessments of U.S. grand strategy that occurred in the aftermath of one of America’s wars from World War II to the present–World War II, […]

War is Still a Racket–the U.S. and Israel

“Anti-Americanism is resurging in the Arab world,” the secretary of state reported  to U.S. embassies throughout the Middle East.  “Recent bombings . . . vitriolic public statements by . . . high officials . . . diatribes and fantastic rumors,” he explained, “all testify to the reenkindling of Arab animosity against the United States.”  Whether […]